Roquelaure

Roq'ue·laure noun [ F.; so called after Duc de Roquelaure , in the reign of Louis XIV.] A cloak reaching about to, or just below, the knees, worn in the 18th century. [ Written also roquelo .]
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Roquelaure

• (n.) A cloak reaching about to, or just below, the knees, worn in the 18th century.
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Roquelaure

A roquelaure was a man's cloak popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. The
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Roquelaure

Roquelaure (Ròcalaura in Gascon) is a commune in the Gers department in southwestern France. ==History== The village is situated on a rocky height near the site of an Iron-Age oppidum and Gallo Roman villa on the neighboring hill of La Ciotat (La Sioutat). The ruins of Roman baths were found in the 18th century, which may be part of the same vill
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